The Dodgers honored the late Vin Scully with a pregame ceremony Friday night at Dodger Stadium before the game against the San Diego Padres.
Both teams lined up along the baselines for a moment of silence in honor of Scully, the club’s legendary former broadcaster who died at 94 on Tuesday.
A video commemorating Scully’s 67-year career calling Dodgers games was then played on the scoreboard.
After that, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts was surrounded by his team on the field as he took a microphone and asked the crowd to join in and repeat Scully’s famous phrase: “It’s time for Dodger baseball.”
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